Eamonn Holmes says he hopes for a new leases on life. He is a journalist and broadcaster from Northern Ireland and at present, he presents Sky News, Songs of Praise and This Morning and he will be getting a double hip replacement surgery and he is anxious to return to the screens to show,
viewers the spring he now has in his step.
Next month the fifty-six-year-old will be enduring the procedure following years of horrible pain, and he feels he will make returning in about ten weeks to the much loved show,
with an obvious spring in his step.
”I’m going to be rebuilt… they are taking out both of my hips and giving me new ones. I’ve put it off for too long …and for me, I think it’ll be a new lease of life.”
This may be better for him, but, on the other hand, his wife, Ruth had petrified feelings of possible complications, she even bought him a bell so when he comes back home, he will surely use it often.
Speaking to her husband on the show, she added:
”I had a cry the other night because I was so worried about you.”
He also received another gift from his co-presenter Rylan Clark-Neal, a Manchester United shirt, the football signed by Wayne Rooney and a club mug.
More on Holmes, he also co-presented GMTV and co-hosted This Morning with his wife Ruth Langsford.